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I am sorry to hear this.
Do you have insurance to cover this?
Have they provided proof of the rental costs?
Was the engine in perfect order when you sold it?How long was the warranty period for?
So in other words you would happily have taken the motor back after he became dissatisfied with it but he choose to take a bit of a discount and make the reparis and then later on he realized that that was not good enough? And he knew full well about the 30 day warranty, right?
It sounds to me that your case is very strong but there is a lot of money at stake so it would be best to have a lawyer represent you at least for drafting your defence.
In court they have the burden of proof and they will have to prove their allegations which will be that you sold them something defective.
But you were clear and agreed to take the engine back and they declined so I cannot see the court finding you at fault.
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